Euthanasia: we can live without it
An article published today in the Connexion, France's English newspaper states that Assisted Suicide may be allowed in France.
German Federal Court opens the door to assisted suicide.
Once you give physicians the right, in law, to cause death, ethical boundaries prohibiting the intentional killing of human beings are forever changed.
An article published by NPR.org today examines the debate concerning euthanasia and assisted suicide in Germany.
Following the Scottish Parliamentary Inquiry that firmly rejected Independent MSP Margo MacDonald’s End of Life Assistance Bill, the parliament itself has voted down the proposal by a whopping 85 to 16 (two abstentions).
Criminal trespassing charges filed by Ludwig Minelli, the founder of the Dignitas assisted suicide clinic against Swiss police and a forensic medical team was rejected by the Swiss Federal Court.
Sigh. If the euthanasia pushers can’t get people dead one way, they try another.
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